This doubles as a video and a text tutorial for your small brain, but don't worry, big brain times are ahead. This tutorial is about how to switch out materials, specifically how to switch out the Lockersides for the wood texture specifically seen in Baldi's Basics v1.4 and up.
You will need Unity Assets Bundle Extractor (UABE), a copy of Baldi's Basics classic, and the prior knowledge of how to mod the textures of Baldi's Basics, although it's not needed.
Also, you don't need a decompile for this, just in case you were wondering.
STEP ONEOpen up UABE and go to file-open and then locate your Baldi's Basics copy and then go to BALDI_Data. Then open up Sharedassets2.assets and it will look like this.
STEP TWOFor our example, you'll need to grab two materials in Sharedassets2, they're both called desk and lockerside, once you have seen them, select each of them individually, click Export dump on them and export them anywhere you want I usually put them in the folder where the Baldi's Basics game is. They will show up as text files.
STEP THREENow open up the text file for the wood materials and select the third line of text in the file, the first and second line of text need to be the same or the file will mess up. now highlight the third line of text to the last line of text and copy the highlighted text. Now close the wood text file and go the lockerside text file and highlight and delete the third line to the last line of text just like the wood material text file. Now paste the text you copied and save the lockerside text file.
FINAL STEPNow that you're done with the text files, close them out and open back up UABE that you have left open. Then grab the lockersides material in UABE and click the Import dumb button on the right side of UABE. Now finish up the tutorial by going to file-save and export sharedassets2.assets anywhere besides BALDI_Data. Then grab the file you exported and drag it into BALDI_Data and click replace to any pop-up that appears when you do this action, and you're done. Now go into Baldi's Basics to see if it showed up. It should look like this.
OK, hopefully that worked for you guys, I tried to be as specific as I can to avoid any confusion. Hope it didn't make it even more confusing. Thank you for reading :)